My student is in the Concrete Operations period, being at the age of eight.
In this section you will diagnose areas of weakness and strength in all domains for your student and describe some interventions:
· Social Development
In the first section of Part Three include a checklist of ways you will assess development in each of the above domains. You will get information for this section in chapter 6, related to techniques of assessment and teacher accountability. Describe how you used assessment in the most effective way, in order to diagnose your student’s strengths and weaknesses. Of course this section is purely fictional as you will not get the opportunity to assess the student in the classroom.
List specific NJ Curriculum standards for the age/grade level of your student. Standards for Preschool and also for grades Kindergarten through 12th grade are posted on this module. These curriculum standards will relate to your students weaknesses and will demonstrate the specific instructional input you recognize as supportive of advancing his or her skills in all areas mentioned above. You may also include curriculum standards that will further develop your student’s recognized strengths. Again, weaknesses and strengths is what you diagnosed through your observation and assessment listed in the first section of this Part Four.
Finally, include narrative for each area, each in it’s own paragraph, describing the interventions you would apply. This section will describe the most supportive activities you would implement with your student, to support his or her development in each domain stated above.
*More support for this section: Within each individual paragraph each one focused on one of the following domainds: Cognitive, Language, Emotional, Social, Physical, include a suggestion of an intervention, related to at least one of the following theoretical perspectives, to improve learning in the above areas. Explain why, providing examples of how the theory could be applied to advance development. (Information can be found in chapter 5 and chapter 13). Make sure that your activity relates to your student’s needs and cite the textbook for support of your ideas. So, put another way, for each domain, include explanations and examples of activities/interventions related to one or more of the following theories: B.F. Skinner’s Theory of Behaviorism, Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory, Piaget Cognitive Development Theory, Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory, Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development